I thought car was coche
Carro - car
Coche - car
Auto - car
Thank you, is carro originated from another Spanish-speaking country
Oh ok evan love
It is just another name for it. Like when you talk about your car you might say
1) my car
2) my vehicle
3) my ride
4) my sedan
5) my coup
I thought the same thing
My girlfriend from Madrid says that some words on duolingo are from Latin America
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In latin america, carro or auto is used. Coche in many parts of latin america means cart. Coche seems to only be used primarily in spain
I've never heard any Spanish people refer to a car as carro in mainland Spain!
Um. No. Im in Spanish in college; they teach coche
So? I took spanish in college and another student from argentina got a D for using proper argentine spanish while the teacher was teaching castillian. Dialects are different, yo.
Carro is not mainland spanish, it's coche
Coche in argentina
In the south at least
They are all synonyms of each other.
I did DUOLINGO for over a thousand days,coche was always used,after a break and a new start, suddenly its carro,muy wierd
Same. Very confusing
I'm a bit confused about why this is in "family"
Have you ever seen how some people spend all their free time tinkering with their cars? ;-)
thank u so much for the typo feature
I heard it as "mi caro"--my dear.
My microphone isnt on to answer verbal questions. Help!
I got confused with this sentence and i always see people who spwnd their free time tinkering with their car☺
Tips on rolling Rs?
I thought car was el coche
Welp. I failed miserably from a typo.
Mi carro=my car
I wrote "My cart". and it was marked wrong.
Is this course teaching Spanish or Latin American ?
The course teaches Spanish. It's Latin American Spanish, but it's Spanish nonetheless.